PORTLAND’S PARTY IN THE STREETS!
It’s Portland’s largest Fun Run! Join thousands ofrunners for the 39th anniversary of the Starlight Run, a 5k (3.1-mile) run on the PGE/SOLVE Starlight Parade route on Saturday evening in front of more than 250,000 spectators. In the last 38 years, more than 135,000 runners have covered more than 365,000 miles of fun in this sanctioned Rose Festival event!
DATE, RULES AND SAFETY
Starlight Night, Saturday, June 3, 2017 - 7:45 p.m.
The Starlight Run starts at 7:45 p.m. Saturday evening, June 3. (Costume contest pre-judging begins at 6:30 p.m.). The event is open to runners of all ages and able to maintain a 14 minute per mile or faster pace. Walking the route is not permitted because of parade restrictions. View the PGE/SOLVE Starlight Parade immediately after the run.
PLEASE NOTE: Safety searches of any bag larger than the size of a football may take place at the field entrances.
The event starts and finishes at the Lincoln High School field between SW Jefferson and SW Salmon on SW 16th, on the west side of the school.
Join the fun in the prize-filled costume contest. Categories for youth, individuals and groups. You must be a registered participant to enter. Find all the details here.
DJ DANCE PARTY!
We'll have you ready to party with a DJ from Chad Dowling Productions - a dance party before AND after you run.
It's parade night too, so traffic will be busy in downtown Portland. Plan on carpooling to the run or take Tri Met or MAX Light Rail (to the King's Hill OR Providence Park station) downtown. Schedules may change on this special evening. Call Tri Met at 503-238-RIDE or check their website for more information (trimet.org).
WARM WEATHER ALERT
It is an evening event, but prepared for warm weather and high humidity. Pace yourself accordingly. Most of the downtown course is in the shade of tall buildings. Water will be available at the start and finish areas, but NOT along the 3.1-mile course. Bringing your OWN filled bottle or camelback along the run course is allowed - please remember to dispose of any bottles appropriately.